chetvergvecher (chetvergvecher) wrote,
chetvergvecher
chetvergvecher

caterina bianchetti
Bianchetti1

Bianchetti2

Bianchetti3

Bianchetti4

Bianchetti5

Aurélia Higuet, Une faim de crocodile
Higuet1

mattiasinks (Mattias Adolfsson): Sailor
Sinks1

Fighting snakes #TBT
Sinks2

Sinks3

Sinks4

Sinks5

Sinks6

Sinks7

Sinks8

Sinks9

Sinks10

Sinks11

Sinks12

Sinks13

Sinks14

Sinks15

vivedessins: So I love children’s book illustration, and since I’m a cat person I’ve been wanting to put together a storybook about cats living in Greece. All the cat citizens would be pro swimmers and sailors since the village runs on fish, and the main character would be an oddball reluctant cat who just wants to read/draw/make stuff all day (instead of hunting)

Vivien Wu
Wu1

Wu2

Wu3

Wu4

Wu5

Wu6

Adrienne Adams
Adams1

illustrations for THE VESTOJ BLOG Kotaro Chiba
Chiba1

Chiba2

Chiba3

Chiba4

Chiba5

southersalazar: The Future of Robot Caregivers New York Times Sunday Review 2014
Salazar1

Salazar2

Salazar3

От http://littlechien.tumblr.com/

Valentin Serov - October. Domotcanovo, 1895
Serov1

Boris Zvorykin - Illustration to “The Tale of the Dead Princess and Seven Knights” by Alexander Pushkin, 1890th That’s good example of so-called “russian style”, that was created in the end of the 19th century. Well, not created - reconstructed. Zvorykin was the first one who introduced medieval and traditional Russian painting to the modern art
Zvorykin1

Zvorykin2

Zvorykin3

Zvorykin4

От http://russian-style.tumblr.com/
Tags: картинки9, музей9
Subscribe

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic
  • 0 comments